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Barbie Doesn't Give a Crap About Feminism & Proof That Yes, You CAN Be Too Rich For Prison

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 17, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 17, 2015 |

My best guess for this outfit is that Lupita Nyong’o was worried our love of her was getting out of control and she wanted to quell our admiration a bit. IT’S NOT WORKING, LUPITA. (Kind of close, though.) (Go Fug Yourself)

Here’s a very detailed guide to where you should vacation in the Star Wars universe. (Daily Dot)

You may remember Ethan Couch, the teenager who two years ago, killed four people while driving drunk. That’s a horrible story on his own, but Couch’s attorneys came up with the appalling defense of “affluenza,” meaning he was just too rich and spoiled to know better. He ended up with no jail time and 10 years probation. But now he’s gone missing. It’s almost as if after spending his life getting everything he’s ever wanted, and then having the court system reinforce that entitlement, he didn’t learn his lesson. Shocking, I know. (CNN)

Some grown women tried to ask the new talking Hello Barbie about feminism. The responses are probably about what you’d expect. (BuzzFeed)

Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Kenan Thompson are the perfect SNL trio. Are these SNL promos better than Hemsworth’s? I don’t know, but they’re delightful. (Vanity Fair)

The first image of Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy for her biopic was released yesterday. There was a lot of criticism going around that Portman doesn’t look enough like Jackie, which just makes me wonder… people DO know how movies work, right? That Natalie Portman is only pretending to be another person and didn’t actually steal Kennedy’s face or anything? (Lainey)

Anna Faris and Chris Pratt’s son is beyond adorable. Not the best actor, but adorable. (Celebitchy)

Malala Yousafzai has some words for Donald Trump. Those words are basically the kinder, more eloquent version of STFU. (Mary Sue)

Happy birthday, Beethoven! (Google)

"Kisscut by Karin Slaughter has dead babies, cancer, female genital mutilation, and rape all within the first twenty pages or so. It’s that kind of book. It’s almost a shame, because cliches as gruesome as these tend to put some people off, and at the heart of the book there’s a pretty intruiging story about a small, close-knit community where the most terrible secrets are hushed up." What do you think? Will you take a chance on this novel that made Cannonballer Zirza a fan? (Cannonball Read 7)

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